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to balance america's fiscal woes on the backs of defense, that is why it is so frustrating to see things like benefits and military compensation, being the first things discussed when we talk about reducing the pentagon budget. there is a lot of waste and fat to be cut at the dod, let's be smart and serious on how to attack it. but let's be serious, the private on post doesn't have a lobbyist in washington protecting him. but the defense contractors and other systems do. so i don't think it is smart to start with the pay in compensation, even though everything in some way will have to be on the table. >> and there are a lot of republicans who want to see cuts in the sequester and they support that. and that will include some cuts in the military, as well. but the question is whether you have to start with the actual service personnel and their pay. now, i know their pay has gone up more than it has in the average private sector for certain workers in the past few years. but it is not that high, pete. the average pay is $45,000 a year for a single person. and married with two children, $49,000
organizations. they turn to groups funded by the tides foundation. mexican-american legal defense fund, latino justice. all of the demonstrated organizations with hostility toward immigration law are now the source of dozens of new lawyers inside the department of homeland security. this administration knows the personnel policy. if you don't want laws enforced go hire lawyers who don't like immigration laws. >> be specific. can you name names? >> we do. the article names dozens of lawyers with their photographs that we obtained the biographical information for. let's talk about two. the first the jennifer lee. jennifer lee came from an organization that was militantly open borders. when she was there they published a pamphlet to give to illegals entitled "what to do in the event of a raid" and it gave advice to people here illegally how to behave if they come calling. now jennifer lee is working at drk hs. this organization was hostile to dhs as a source of new employees. there is an attorney named maura wee. she worked for the aclu immigrant rights project. when she was there she wrote conde
organizations. they turned to groups funded by the tide foundation. mexican american legal defense fund, the latino justice, all of these demonstrated organizations with hostility toward immigration law are now the source of dozens of new lawyers inside the department of homeland security. this administration knows that personnel is policy, and if you don't want immigration laws enforced vigorously, go out and hire lawyers who don't like immigration laws. >> can you be specific, name names? >> we do. the article names literally dozens of lawyers with their photographs that we obtained the biographical information for. let's talk about two. the first one is jennifer lee. jennifer lee came from an organization that was militantly open borders. and she, when she was there, they published a pamphlet to give to illegals entitled "what to do in the event of a raid." and it gave advice to people who were here illegally how to behave if dhs comes calling. now, jennifer lee is working at dhs, so this organization was haa hostile to dhs is the new source of employees. also an employee named mara
next guest says this rises to the level of impeachable defense. let's table impeachable for a moment. that's a hot button word getting people upset. >> yes. >> but this hearing, they have a congressional hearing on whether the president violated his duty. whether he stepped beyond what he is capable of doing as chief executive of this country. is it so in your view? >> the committee is looking into whether the president has substituted his judgment for that of the congresss. in such a way that he has enforced the law that congress doesn't write because he rewrote it. now look, you and i know this, we're both lawyers. presidents have some discretion. they can go a little easy on some people through prosecution. they can go aggressively on other people. but when the president decides ton prosecute a large group of people and says, in order for me not to prosecute you, you must be a, b, c, d and he made it up and it is not in the statute -- >> what are you talking about prosecute? are you talking about. >> yes. >> that's off point. we are talking about health care.gov. >> but it is give
expulsion for playfully firing an imaginary arrow at a classmate. and criminal defense attorney. a few hot topics to get through. that is the first one. now if you mraflash it you get suspended and possibly ex spelled? >> let's look at their parents for parking a unicorn in a fire zone. there is no nothing to this crime. the kid is 10. he is 10. we encourage them to use their imagination. >> it will be on his permanent record. >> i am so grateful i am not growing up in this age of inanity. i would have been busted for the wonder woman uniform i was rocking because it would have been too indtimidatiintimidatin to say the name ron hos. she is the principal. the this is a ridiculous idea. we are punishing them for imagination. we should be celebrating imagination. we should celebrate when someone doesn't want to do anything with a gun. >> he thought about a weapon and made a motion. >> let's move on. this is raising eye rows. this baby seat. this is about the size. not that one. this is called the newborn to toddler activity seat. this is if you don't want to speak to your child. >> i don't w
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